(as of Jun 23,2021 09:49:15 UTC – Details)
From the manufacturer
Kwikset Contemporary Powerbolt 2.0 Electronic Deadbolt Featuring SmartKey Security
Keyless entry – no more lockouts or hiding keys. Get keyless convenience and security with customizable user codes. It’s a perfect fit for any active lifestyle so that you don’t have to worry about carrying or losing your keys. Fits on most standard doors and operates on 4 AA batteries,*
*Batteries not included.
Lock your door with a single touch. No additional turning/twisting needed. Forgot to lock? Configure your door to auto lock in 10 to 50 seconds.
Program up to six individual codes for family, friends, contractors or dog walkers, or a one-time use temporary code.
Comes with two keys and is a BHMA grade 3 deadbolt door lock.
Easily installs in minutes with just a screwdriver.
Re-Key the lock yourself in 3 simple steps. Match the rest of your Kwikset locks in your home and keep your key chain light.
SmartKey Re-Key Step 1
Insert functioning key and turn 1/4 turn clockwise
SmartKey Re-Key Step 2
Insert and remove the SmartKey learn tool. Remove functioning key.
SmartKey Re-Key Step 3
Insert new key & turn 1/2 turn counter-clockwise. Done. Your lock is now re-keyed!
Lifetime mechanical and finish warranty. One year electronics warranty.
What’s in the box
Powerbolt 2 Touchpad Electronic Deadbolt
Powerbolt 2 Interior
2 Standard Keys
1 Strike Plate
*4 AA batteries required – Not included
Home Connect (Z-Wave)
One touch locking
Designer style and superior security with this Kwikset Signature Series product
For use on exterior doors where keyed entry and security is needed
Featuring SmartKey re key technology; Re-key the lock yourself in seconds in 3 easy steps
ANSI/BHMA grade 3 certified
Includes adjustable backset to fit all standard door preparations. SmartKey Security re key technology is compatible with Kwikset (KW1) keyway
Comes with a lifetime mechanical and finish warranty and a 1 year electronics warranty
Note: Please refer the installation manual below for better use